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May 6 Update: Author Paul Craig Roberts Charts Drastic Decline of U.S. Liberties, Media

Author, former Reagan official and civil rights advocate Paul Craig Roberts described on the May 6 edition of my Washington Update radio show why he is retiring from writing because of the nation’s appalling decline in civil rights protections. 481 more words

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Watch Compelling New Video 'Perils of Today's Newspapers'

I highly recommend a new documentary this month on the perils facing today’s newspapers, particularly in mid-size cities like Bristol, Connecticut.  

The 55-minute film released this month is available for free online.  91 more words

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Jan. 7: DC Radio Hosts Ken Auletta On His Best-Seller ‘Googled’

New Yorker media columnist Ken Auletta discussed his latest best-seller Googled: The End of the World As We Know It on the Jan. 7 DC Update… 481 more words

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DC Regulators Host Unique Debate On News Industry’s Future

Washington, DC ─ More than 70 communications experts this week debated how consumers can protect their interests despite the decline of traditional newspapers and broadcasters. 572 more words

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Oct. 22: DC Radio Hosts Sports Law Expert Kevin Goldberg On Access Restrictions To Coverage

Press freedom and sports law expert Kevin Goldberg described major new requirements by sports teams on media coverage on the Oct. 22 DC Update edition of… 465 more words

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Sept. 24 DC Radio Hosts News Expert, Author Alex Jones On 'Losing the News

Will traditional media survive? Should it? These are the questions being addressed Sept. 24 by famed author, professor and media critic Alex Jones on the… 403 more words

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Aug. 27 Radio: Internet Society’s DC Plans, Fired Consumer Watchdog Re: Lessons Learned

Today’s DC Update radio show on Aug. 27 features a leader in bringing new voices to Internet planning and a prominent Connecticut consumer journalist fired after reporting consumer complaints against his newspaper’s largest advertiser. 923 more words

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